Every day, the Hungarian publisher of National Geographic, one of the biggest international magazines, selects a photo as its picture of the day. 

The Reformed Great Church of Debrecen is located in the city centre, between Kossuth Square and Kálvin Square. The church is a symbol not only of the city, but also of the Protestant Church in Hungary, and because of this church Debrecen is sometimes referred to as “Calvinist Rome”.

On 30th of June, National Geographic chose a photo taken by photographer Gergő Szabó. The photographer wrote: “The picture shows the symbol of my hometown, the Reformed Great Church. I used the water from the fountain in the main square to create the reflection. I took the photo just after the street lights came on, during the blue hour.”

Source: dehir.hu |Photo credit: Facebook (Papp László)

Author: Debrecen4U